Jun. 14, 1898 Quinney Calumet County Wisconsin, USA
Civil War veteran Co A 21st Wis Inf Obituary - Chilton Times Journal - Microfilm Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, WI #P69-1046 Murry Charles died at his home in Quinney, on Tuesday, at an advanced age, and thus another character of this section of Wisconsin has passed away. "Doctor" Charles was an Indian and will be remembered by many of the old settlers. In early days he was a great violinist and made music for many dances in which the pioneers took part. He had a number of remedies which he prescribed for the ailing and in many cities of Wisconsin he set up an office, on different occasions making much money by the treatment of the afflicted. He was a member of the 21st regiment during the war and a good soldier.
June 25, 1898 Brothertown Column: The funeral of Mr. M.V. Charles, better known as "Doctor", who died at the home of his son-in-law, J.W. Elyard, of Quinney, takes place at the house at 10:30 a.m. today.
Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, WI Calumet County Deaths Vol 1 #0231 Murray V. Charles Indian and Negro - Medicine Man - Died at age 72 years 9 months 12 days. Died 06-20-1898 in Stockbridge of Malignant disease of Stomach and liver, duration of illness 8 months. He is buried on Lot 56, Quinney Cemetery. Father, Elisha Charles, mother Catherine Charles, both born in New York State. His wife is Hannah Charles.